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May 17th, 2007
Germany - BASF at Techtexil 2007 Frankfurt.
BASF will be participating at the Techtextil 2007 in Frankfurt from 12- 14 Jun 2007. Innovative ideas shaped into actual solutions for technical textiles will be shown. One of the highlights will be the self-cleaning technical textiles. When treated with Mincor TX TT, instead of sticking to the surface, a drop of honey will contract to form a blob and will pearl off, or can be washed off with a sprinkle of water. Mincor TX TT is a finishing system based on nanotechnology that provides better cleaning for technical textiles.
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